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morning. it is tuesday, the 22nd of march. thanks for joining us. i'm sydnie kohara. >> hi, everybody. i'm frank mallicoat. happy tuesday. it is 4:30. we have a very special guest doing weather today straight off the mountain. >> yeah. >> stuck for a little while. >> you are back. julie we got a break in the rain but more storms are on the way and now that firsthand. >> absolutely. unfortunately, or fortunately, i got snowed in sunday night in tahoe. so made it back about, oh, eight hours to get back from tahoe to san francisco. this is what we like to call the calm before the storm. we do have some light scattered showers this morning ahead of an approaching warm front. it's just in time for the evening commute that will likely see heavier rainfall. we'll talk about that and an even bigger soaker thursday. all that coming up but first let's check the roads with gianna. >> live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. we had a couple of early- morning accidents. everything completely cleared out of the road but we have a wind advisory in effect for the bay bridge so two hands on the wheel this
damaged the plant. officials have been scrambling to avoid a meltdown ever since and are now asking the u.s. for help. >> in particular, they have asked for additional types of equipment that will help provide water and other resources to ensure that the reactors continue to be cool. >> reporter: fears of a full- blown meltdown have spread to tokyo located 150 miles from the plant. officials there have detected low levels of radiation and a shift in winds threatens to push it even further. even without a possible nuclear disaster, japan is facing its worst crisis since world war ii. the death toll from the quake and tsunami jumped today to more than 2400 confirmed dead but official warn that number is likely to top 10,000. now the country faces an economic crisis, as well. this morning, japanese stocks plummeted more than 10%. in oyama, japan, charlie d'agata, cbs 5. ou can see the waves hi >>> and we are getting more amateur video of the moments just before the powerful tsunami hit japan. you can see the waves hitting the shore, smashing boats in the bay while all the seagulls scatter. nea
us now live. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. governor brown is asking for the delay to try to build more support from republicans for his budget plan which he says would spare schools and deep budget cuts. still, districts like oakland unified are bracing for the worst. at its board meeting wednesday night, the district approved hundreds of pink slips sent out to teachers and administrators. those pink slips could mean massive job cuts if district -- districtwide if brown's budget is not approved. some parents who showed up last night said they were fed up. >> you talk about cutting 550 positions, i can just imagine what that's going to look like for a student to go to school. >> i believe in our society and in california at this point in history, that the people should weigh in on whether they would like to extend taxes that they are already paying or do they want to have an all-cuts budget wherein we double the cuts. >> reporter: lawmakers were supposed to vote on the budget today but yesterday the governor asked democrats if the legislature -- in the legislature to delay
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